Habitat for Humanity to break ground tomorrow in Owl Creek neighborhood
Habitat for Humanity of Dane County will break ground in Madison’s Owl Creek neighborhood at 3 p.m. on May 11 at 4331 Valor Way, according to a press release.
The organization is partnering with 10 area families to build six single-family homes and two twin homes on Madison’s southeast side. Construction will start this summer; all of the homes are expected to be completed by summer 2025.
There will be a short ceremony and refreshments. Expected groundbreakers include Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway, District 16 Alder from the Madison Common Council Jael Currie, Regional Director Tawsif Anam from Sen, Ron Johnson’s office, and future Habitat homeowners.
Owl Creek will be Habitat for Humanity’s 10th planned community in Dane County, standing alongside Abel Court in Stoughton; Twin Oaks on Madison’s southeast side near McFarland; The Uplands and Vandenberg Heights in Sun Prairie; Northport Commons and Tennyson Ridge on Madison’s north side; Renaissance on the Park in Fitchburg; and Harmony Park, Russett Road, and Las Casitas in Madison.
Owl Creek is an emerging neighborhood on the southeast side of Madison near the McFarland border.